By Brice Wallace 

If a Singaporean company has its way, in a few years people will look up in the sky and see not a bird, not a plane, but instead a bunch of PAVs.

That company, NEO Aeronautics, is getting help from Utah state government in its quest to test and deploy PAVs, or personal air vehicles, which are single-person flying machines that it hopes will be used in low-level flights in 25 U.S. cities by the year 2025.

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